05-05-05 : Sets taxation rates on large mining operations in unorganized boroughs. Boroughs forming later would be allowed to tax at their established property tax rate. This establishes predictability and tax stability for mining projects.
An Act relating to the possession of horns or antlers of big game animals.
Version : CS HB 501 (RES) Contact :: 465-3715 Last Action : Senate Floor »(S) RES: 05-04-06
05-03-06 : Passed the House Floor by a unanimous vote, to be moved to the Senate for consideration.
Creates the civil penalty of forfeiture of horns or antlers if a hunter cannot prove that all possible meat from his or her kill has been salvaged. Raises the deterrent factor in circumstances where hunters wish to possess horns or antlers, but might not be aggressive enough in salvaging their game meat.
Supporting the development of the Kensington Gold Mine.
Version : CS HCR 10 (RES) Companion Bill :SCR 9 Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-27-05 Current Status : Legis Resolve 18 : 05-27-05
04-27-05 : Encourages all federal and state agencies to proceed and complete thorough and timely permitting reviews and issue the necessary permits in order that a summer 2005 construction schedule can be achieved and that 2006 gold production with associated economic and employment benefits can be realized to benefit the people of Southeast Alaska and the state as a whole.